GCN Circular 7225
S. D. Barthelmy (GSFC), T. Sakamoto (GSFC/UMBC), P. Evans, J. P. Osborne (U. Leicester), N. Gehrels (GSFC) on behalf of the Swift team, report: There is a new website which contains high-level data products of GRBs detected Swift-BAT and have follow-up observations by Swift-XRT. http://gcn.gsfc.nasa.gov/gcn/swift_gnd_ana.html These are all ground-processed data products done via automated pipelines within an hour after the data are downlinked. With each telelmetry downlink, if more data are received, the webpages are automatically updated. The time delay (after the burst) ranges from an initial posting typically at ~T+2 hours and a final update after ~20 hours for BAT products and for XRT the updates continue for as long the target is observed (days to weeks). In addition to the automated posting of the data poducts, an assessment is made by humans as to the cause of the trigger (eg GRB, noise, XYZ J1234+456, etc) and posted within 1-4 days. The data products available are: BAT mask-weighted lightcurves on several timescales and binnings (text and graphical) and fitted spectra; and XRT afterglow lightcurves (text and graphical), and hardness ratios as a function of time. The text-forms of the lightcurves are suitable for plotting to your needs and incorporation into papers. Further details are described on the webpage.